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School of Digital Media and Infocomm Technology (DMIT)'s Alumni


Many of our DMIT alumni continue to reach for greater heights after graduating from SP.

There are some who win scholarships to pursue their further studies at prestigious universities while there are others who have excelled in their full-time careers.

View some of the achievements of our outstanding alumni!

MOHAMAD DANIEL BIN HAMID

Consultant
Centurion Information Security Pte Ltd

Diploma in Infocomm Security Management (DISM)
Class of 2011

Tell us more about what you do.
I specialize in penetration testing and educating clients on how their business will be impacted by security threats and vulnerabilities that were identified during assessment. One of my past key experiences include playing an active technical and consulting role in daily penetration testing for one of the largest global banks.
Why did you choose to study infocomm security management in polytechnic?
Game hacking and account stealing scams intrigued me when I was younger. I chose to study infocomm security management as there is always something new to learn in this field. DISM has given me a strong theoretical and practical foundation. It has also given me a competitive edge over other candidates for university and job applications.

To do well in your profession, what qualities should one have?
One must be passionate and understand that hacking is not like what it appears in the movies. To protect against cyber adversaries require heavy preparation, countless trial-and-errors as well as having a creative and logical mind.

KHIDIR BIN SUHAIMI

Senior Training Media Specialist
PSA Corporation Ltd

Diploma in Digital Animation (DDA)
Class of 2013

Tell us more about what you do.
I lead a team of graphic artists to develop training materials and I regularly utilize my skills in drawing, 3D modeling and animation on multiple wide-ranging projects for the organization.
Why did you choose to study digital animation in polytechnic?
I came from ITE (College Central) doing animation and I felt the need to increase my knowledge further. Ever since I saw the presentation about Animation by the course manager from SP, I’ve had no regrets choosing Animation in polytechnic.

To do well in your profession, what qualities should one have?
My job scope consists of doing not only 2D and 3D animation, but also video editing, photography, videography and graphics design. One should not just stick to what they learnt from the course they graduated from, but must also be proactive in exploring other new things like new softwares and programs.

KOO KEE KIAT

Senior Research Engineer
Institute for Infocomm Research

Diploma in Information Technology (DIT)
Class of 2005

Tell us more about what you do.
I am part of a team that develops analytics solutions for personalised, relevant information or services and gleans deeper customer insights through existing data assets.
Why did you choose to study information technology in polytechnic?
I am passionate about how technology can change lives and improve productivity. At SP’s DIT, the lecturers spend a lot of effort to mentor and inspire us. I picked up many life skills from them that helped me in my career.

To do well in your profession, what qualities should one have?
You should be resilient. Always keep trying even when there are many setbacks.

ANGIE ONG

Sales Consultant, Manager
Business Buddy

Diploma in Business Information Technology (DBIT)
Class of 2009

Tell us more about what you do.
I use my IT knowledge to identify the business flow problems that companies face and to propose solutions for them.
Why did you choose to study business information technology in polytechnic?
I wanted to do business with technology as I felt that technology was important for the future. I chose DBIT as it had an Entrepreneurship focus as well as programming. DBIT also helped me to better understand the things that I do in the industry.

To do well in your profession, what qualities should one have?
You should be proactive in learning and have a good attitude. You should also try to be an asset to your company and work towards the company goals.

LIN JUNJIE

Associate Lead Designer
Ubisoft Singapore

Diploma in Information Technology (DIT)
Class of 2007

Tell us more about what you do.
I manage a design team where I am required to set the benchmark of in-game level layout and review the works of other designers at different stages of the game development. I was part of the Assassin’s Creed Designer Team that shipped high-quality AAA Games such as Assassin’s Creed 3, AC:Syndicate, AC:Black Flag and AC:Rogue to 20 million players worldwide.
Why did you choose to study information technology in polytechnic?
I wanted to do something interactive, to create something out of nothing and to be able to see results. At SP’s DIT, I was able to strengthen my foundation in IT through programming and learning more about the games industry.

To do well in your profession, what qualities should one have?
Passion! Every product is like a baby, so whatever you’ve started, you must go the extra mile to complete it.

AUGUSTIN CHAN

Products & Innovations - Business Development
ARIM Technologies Pte Ltd

Diploma in Business Information Technology (DBIT)
Class of 2006

Tell us more about what you do.
I spearhead the cyber security service offering and product portfolio for ARIM Technologies. I’m responsible for creating new sales campaigns, researching markets, finding new market opportunities to enter, and creating business development strategies to expand the company’s existing markets.
Why did you choose to study business information technology in polytechnic?
I've always been excited about technology, but I also knew that I needed to be familiar with skills that are transferable. DBIT attracted me because it offered fundamental IT modules that lay the foundation for me to branch out to various IT specialities in the future. It also offered essential business skills that are relevant.

To do well in your profession, what qualities should one have?
#1 Humility – Never assume we know everything because there will be others that have areas of strength that we do not. Learn from them and they will respect you.

#2 Learning to Learn Skill – Google is the best teacher, research what you don’t know. Do not take information at face value, question it and be convinced.

#3 Learn to Network – Take the effort to speak to, and know people around you. It will expand your network of friends and people that you can go to for advice and opinions.

JEOW RONG RONG

Graphics Assistant
The Walt Disney Company

Diploma in Visual Effects and Motion Graphics (DVEMG) Previously known as the Diploma in Digital Media (Computer Generated Effects)
Class of 2011

Tell us more about what you do.
I am part of the Regional Asset Management and Post Production team. We provide Asset Management and Graphics support to APAC Markets.
Why did you choose to study digital media in polytechnic?
I was fascinated by how the beautiful and impossible worlds are created when I watch a film. The course enabled me to learn how a film is assembled in Pre-Production (planning), Production (filming) and Post-Production (graphics, visual effects, editing).

To do well in your profession, what qualities should one have?
One must always keep learning!

ESTHER LOW

Musician

Diploma in Music and Audio Technology (DMAT)
Class of 2008

Tell us more about what you do.
I write and record my own solo material under the moniker Esther Lowless. My solo EP, “Strange Place To Meet”, is an anthology of short stories translated into music and film.
Why did you choose to study music & audio technology in polytechnic?
I’ve always been expressive since young and music was a good way for me to express myself.

To do well in your profession, what qualities should one have?
You should keep an open mind and have a good attitude because the learning never stops!

CASPAR FRANCIS

Music Producer & Director of Caspar Productions

Diploma in Music and Audio Technology (DMAT)
Class of 2011

Tell us more about what you do.
I’ve produced, recorded and mixed music for acts such as Hanafie Warren, Vivient’s Verdict, Dropbeat Heartbeat, DJ Direwulf, Anon, Butterscotch Ink. and the New Horizons. I’ve also produced visuals and films for Rediffusion and Starhub TV.
Why did you choose to study music & audio technology in polytechnic?
At 13, I visited a recording studio and fell in love with it. I decided then that I wanted to become a producer and engineer. At 15, I realised that DMAT was the course for me!

To do well in your profession, what qualities should one have?
You must have the passion! You must love what you are doing, have the discipline to stick to it and do it well.

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